Some have Dion Jordan falling down draft boards in recent weeks. That's interesting since he had a meteoric rise in the middle of the college season.
Jordan is a guy I like more each time I watch him. Apparently other draft experts disagree.
Nonetheless, if Jordan falls into the Saints' lap in the 15-20 range, the team would be foolish not to take him.
While he may not be the pure defensive end prospect that Jordan or Montgomery are, some (including Bleacher Report's own Matt Miller) are comparing him to Jason Pierre-Paul.
That is fine company and would be quite a sight for Saints fans to see in the future, should it come true. Pair a freak with Cam Jordan and the Saints could enjoy one of the best defensive lines in the league for years to come.
There you have it. I picked four SEC players, but that shouldn't be a big surprise given the way the conference figures to dominate the first round of this draft. The other best conference in football (Pac-12) provided the final prospect.
Of course, much of this could change as players' stocks rise and fall, and as the Saints' draft position does one or the other. But right now, this looks like a fairly accurate portrayal of players the Saints could target in the 2013 draft.